Delaware LIVE Weekly Review – September 12, 2021

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This Week’s Top Headlines Include:


For 1st time, Milford woman describes escaping twin towers 20 years ago
Proposed U.S. rule would force reporting of all accounts of $600 or more
Democratic State Senate, House leaders announce redistricting plans
Case backlog, hope for rent assistance keep Delaware eviction filings low
Proposed Wilmington ordinance would close stores, bodegas at 10 p.m.
House ethics committee to meet Friday; will it include Brady hearing?
DSU’s Tony Allen tapped to head White House HBCU group


Delaware Art Museum to require proof of vaccination to enter
Newark’s Community Day canceled in wake of UD COVID-19 rules
Fort Delaware to get trails, better tram path and screened-in pavilion


SIW wastes no time starting to rebuild farm stand


Delaware auditor asks for subpoena to force DHSS to provide Medicaid info


Wilmington’s Eastside students welcomed back by cheering crowd
UD sees spike in COVID-19 cases one week after semester begins
DuPont gives DSU grad students swank computers, conference fees
State will pay for 10 days of COVID-19 leave for teachers


State sees highest number of daily COVID cases since January


Sallies uses air attack to defeat Central
Woodbridge defeats Cape in first matchup since 1977
Dover impressive in home opener

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